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Archive for June, 2016

06 7 16

Mount Vernon: Combating Islamophobia

Nearly 100 members of the Mount Vernon Unitarian Church (MVUC) and the northern Virginia chapter of the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA VA) came together in friendship and cooperation to address the growing issue of Islamophobia in American society at a meeting on Saturday, May 21, at the church, 1909 Windmill Lane, Alexandria.
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06 4 16

An amazing life: When life was bigger than sports

NEW YORK, NY (June 4, 2016) – Last night America and the world have lost one of the most beloved and transcendent figures of the 20th century, Muhammad Ali. The Islamic Circle of North America joins the global community in praying for forgiveness of his sins and the highest reward in the Hereafter.
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06 2 16

Muslim Convention held before “Trump” Convention

By Azim M. Mian, Daily Jang
June 01, 2016, Karachi – The next important stage of the American election process will be the party conventions of both the parties.

Click here to read the full report (in Urdu).

Article Courtesy: The Daily Jang

06 1 16

Unsettling Political Climate Galvanizes Muslims to Vote

By CAROL POGASH, JUNE 1, 2016, NY Times
OAKLAND, Calif. — After Friday Prayer at the Oakland Islamic Center, Mamoun Kund, a 51-year-old Sudanese-American, sat at a table and did something he had not done in the 11 years he has been a citizen — he registered to vote. Until recently, he had no interest, he said, but now “I hear talk about Muslims, Hispanics and women.”
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06 1 16

Islamic community giving ‘home starter kits’ to evacuees

The boxes were originally designed to help Syrian refugees get on their feet in Canada
By Mack Lamoureux, CBC News, May 23, 2016
At the Islamic Circle of North America Centre in Edmonton, Umar Qasim hands out boxes.
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06 1 16

Fighting Islamophobia in most heartwarming way

By Sarah Harvard May 31, 2016
On Sunday, a group of Muslim volunteers took to the streets of Baltimore and handed out 700 “Mercy Bags” — kits filled with toiletries and other essential goods — to homeless and low-income residents and seniors.
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